TORONTO, Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ - Everest believes that sport transforms communities and we are proud of our support of Canadian curling in cities and towns across Canada over the past seven years through the Everest Seniors; The Everest-Ferbey Pro Am; The Everest Curling Challenge on TSN; our TSN Skins sponsorship; and beginning this year the Everest Curling Club Championships.
Today, along with Cheryl Bernard, CEO of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame I'm thrilled to announce that Everest is the Presenting Sponsor for the 65th Annual Order of Sport Awards. This is the highest sporting honour in Canada, celebrating the remarkable athletes who build this country through their contribution to their sport, their communities and our nation.
This year the Order of Sport Awards will be hosted by the legendary Ron McLean and Tara Slone of Sportsnet and held on Sunday, October 3rd. Together we will recognize the Class of 2020-2021 – a group of 11 athletes and builders that includes
John "Jackie" BarrettSonja GaudetDiane Jones KonihowskiLorie KaneEric Lamaze and HicksteadSteve NashDuncan CampbellSheldon KennedyJudy KentWillie O'ReeRoss Powless
It is a privilege for Everest to celebrate, along with all of Canada, our nation's athletes and community builders.
Please tune in to awards at 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM MDT October 3, 2021 https://orderofsport.ca/tickets/ and join in the excitement in the lead up to the event at: https://twitter.com/orderofsporthttps://twitter.com/sportshallhttps://twitter.com/everestcurlinghttps://www.instagram.com/orderofsport/https://www.instagram.com/cansportshall/https://www.instagram.com/everest—wfg/https://www.facebook.com/orderofsporthttps://www.facebook.com/CANsportshallhttps://www.facebook.com/everestcurling
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